IR Internship (INTR 99)

An IR Internship enables students to receive academic credit for professional work experience that relates to the student's Thematic Concentration. The IR Internship may serve only as an elective within the student's Thematic Concentration. Students who complete an IR Internship are still required to fulfill ALL of the requirements within their chosen Thematic Concertation. Completed applications must be submitted no later than one week prior to the last day for AS&E students to add classes for the current term.

How to apply:

  1. Complete the IR Internship Application.
  2. Submit completed applications to the International Relations Program Office in the ground floor of Packard Hall or submit the materials electronically to with the subject heading "IR Internship Application."
  3. Once the application has been received, the IR Program must certify that the internship is applicable to the student's Thematic Concentration. Once the IR Program has approved the internship, the student will be given permission to register via the One-on-One Course Form. Forms are due to Dowling Hall by end of the ADD Period in the semester the student wishes to enroll in the course.


Career Center

The Career Center is a great resource for students to stay up to date on seminars, articles, internship offerings, and much more. Visit the Career Center website or visit them in person in Dowling Hall. 


Current Opportunities

  • The Northeast Climate Advocacy Fellow for Citizens’ Climate Lobby/Citizens’ Climate Education (CCL) is a national nonprofit organization that builds grassroots support for climate legislation. The CCL is currently recruiting students and recent graduates to join their team as interns or fellows for Spring 2023. You can learn more about our current openings on the CCL website. The application deadline is October 1st.